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Jun. 23, 2015

Hershey to Help Provide Basic Nutrition to 50,000 School Children in Ghana with New 'Energize Learning' Program

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Jun. 22, 2015

Hershey Named No. 2 Most Powerful Corporate Brand in the U.S.

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Jun. 19, 2015

Hershey Updates Financial Outlook for 2015

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Jun. 19, 2015

Hershey Updates Leadership Team and Announces Productivity Initiative

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Jun. 08, 2015

Hershey Named a Top 10 Green Company in the U.S.

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Jun. 02, 2015

Hershey Announces Retirement of International President Humberto P. Alfonso

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May. 18, 2015

The Hershey Company Unwraps Consumer-Centric Innovations at NCA Sweets & Snacks Expo

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Apr. 30, 2015

Hershey Highlights Progress in Fourth CSR Report

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Apr. 27, 2015

Hershey Declares Quarterly Dividends

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Apr. 23, 2015

Hershey Announces First-Quarter Results; Updates Outlook for 2015

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August 06, 2014

Hershey and The Ghana Cocoa Board recognize country's top cocoa farmers

Recognition Focuses on Sustainable Cocoa Assin Fosu, Ghana and Hershey, Pa., August 6, 2014 ― The Hershey Company today recognized three of Ghana’s best cocoa farmers as part of Hershey’s Learn to Grow program, which modernizes cocoa growing to improve farmer incomes and help communities.Three cocoa farmers – including Ghana’s National Best Cocoa Farmer of the Year – were selected by The Ghana Cocoa Board for demonstrating excellence in cocoa growing. Ghana, the world’s second largest cocoa producer, has approximately 700,000 cocoa farmers. Modernizing cocoa growing to increase yields and farmer incomes, while attracting young cocoa farmers and women cocoa farmers, are key priorities for the Ghana Cocoa Board. The farmers selected through the Hershey Learn to Grow and Cocoa Board partnership are Mr. Abraham Adusei, National Best Cocoa Farmer for 2013, and two farmers representing young and female cocoa farmers.

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